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RESCHEDULED: March 22, 2019

4th Annual Puget Sound Green Infrastructure Summit:

Retrofitting the region to support people and nature

 Cascadia College- Bothell


**THE 4TH ANNUAL PUGET SOUND GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE SUMMIT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED. THE NEW DATE IS FRIDAY MARCH 22, 2019. THE LOCATION WILL STILL BE AT CASCADIA COLLEGE IN BOTHELL. FOR REGISTERED ATTENDEES: YOUR PREVIOUS REGISTRATION WILL BE VALID FOR THE MARCH 22ND DATE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO ATTEND ON MARCH 22, EMAIL AMELIA BAHR: AB@STEWARDSHIPPARTNERS.ORG TO EITHER TRANSFER YOUR TICKET TO ANOTHER PERSON OR REQUEST A REFUND. WE WILL BEGIN SELLING A FEW ADDITIONAL TICKETS FOR MARCH 22 SOON SO CHECK BACK HERE IF YOU ARE HOPING TO ATTEND


Tickets will go back on sale February 20th. Check back soon!

View the agenda here!

Stewardship Partners and the summit Host Committee invite you to the 4th Annual Puget Sound Green Infrastructure Summit, a City Habitats event. The vision of this summit is to convene diverse leaders from Puget Sound cities and towns to map the strategic role of green infrastructure in our shared clean water future.

This year’s Summit will put a special focus on retrofitting our existing built environment in addition to making the economic, social, and ecological case(s) for green infrastructure. Local, regional and state agencies, businesses, non-profits, community groups, educators and students will all build their collaborative networks and learn from thought leader peers.

OUR VISION:
Diverse leaders from Puget Sound cities and towns convene to map the strategic role of urban green infrastructure in our shared clean water future.

SUMMIT GOALS:
1) Understand the full breadth of current green infrastructure work and organizational
strengths across .edu, .org, .com, and .gov sectors

2) Identify gaps and catalyze strategic partnerships to:
Grow a powerful green infrastructure coalition and clean water constituency for Puget Sound
Inspire ourselves to pursue innovative and intersectional green solutions to stormwater pollution
Envision long-term funding approaches that are on par with the scale of our challenge

INFORMATION ON PAST SUMMITS:

HOST COMMITTEE:
Stewardship Partners (convener) with: The Nature Conservancy; City of Seattle; ECOSS
Washington State University and Washington Stormwater Center; MIG/SvR Design; Washington Environmental Council; Salmon-Safe

Thank you to our 2019 Summit Sponsors

To learn more about sponsorship click here!

TITLE SPONSOR

 

PREMIERE SPONSORS

EVERGREEN FOREST SPONSORS

 

RAIN GARDEN SPONSORS

PERMEABLE PAVEMENT SPONSORS

EVERGREEN TREE SPONSORS

ADDITIONAL SPONSORS

Washington Environmental Council

PCC Community Markets